Phrasal-Verbs With Prepositions – Prepositional Phrasal Verbs

–  Prepositional Phrasal-Verbs & Verb Phrases  –

Click on the letter below to find an alphabetical list of Prepositional Phrasal-Verbs for each letter (organized alphabetically by the Verb in each phrase.  (See description below.)


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B .

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H .

I .

J .

K .

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M . 

N .

O .

P .

Q .

R .

S .

T .

U .

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W .

X .

Y .

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The Verb Phrases and Phrasal-Verbs on each page are organized alphabetically by the Verb in the Phrase (not by the Adjective, Adverb, Noun, or Preposition.)  For example, if the Verb Phrase is…

“(to) Strike A Chord With (someone)…”

…the Verb in this Phrase is “Strike”.  So you will search for this Phrase under Letter “S”.


I acknowledge that sometimes one might accidentally search under “C” for “Chord” or “W” for “With”.  In these cases, you will find a link to the correct page.  And, for any Phrase that contains a Preposition, you can also find the Phrase in appropriate “Prepositional Phrases” page as well.  So for the Phrase above, you could also find it under “Prepositional Phrases – With” in the menu above.

I hope that these pages will help you to comprehend what the hell people are talking about when they use Prepositional Phrasal-Verbs & Verb Phrases in their speech.



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